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COLOMBIA PEACE
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January 11, 2002 
U.S. UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL ENVOY JAMES LEMOYNE AND REBEL COMMANDER
JOAQUIN GESTURE DURING A PEACE MEETING... 
San Vicente Del Caguan, Colombia - Republic of 
U.S. UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL ENVOY JAMES LEMOYNE AND REBEL COMMANDER
JOAQUIN GESTURE DURING A PEACE ...... 
U.S. UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL ENVOY JAMES LEMOYNE AND REBEL COMMANDER
JOAQUIN GESTURE DURING A PEACE MEETING IN LOS POZOS.


United Nations Secretary-General's Acting Special Adviser for Colombia,
the United States James LeMoyne (foreground-second from left) and Rebel
Commander Joaquin Gomez (foreground-second from right) gesture during a
peace meeting in Los Pozos while they are accompanied by (from rear
left to right U.N. assesor Andres Salazar, commanders Andres Paris,
Simon Trinidad, Raul Reyes and Juan Lozada, January 11, 2002. Colombian
President Andres Pastrana on January 10 gave international mediators 48
hours to meet FARC rebels in a last-ditch effort to save three-year-old
peace talks and avoid all out war. If the efforts fail, the government
would give the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) another 48
hours starting Saturday night to abandon the towns in a huge
demilitarized enclave Pastrana gave them in late 1998. REUTERS/Eliana
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